It was 2 AM. My wife suddenly woke me up and said she is not feeling the baby move inside. I wasted no time, got the keys, and started driving her to the nearby ER. For pregnant lady issues, the hospital ER redirected us to the birth center, so we went around for a bit more to find the birth center. Once we found the building, we were checked in quickly. The hospital staff promptly swung into action, and we thought we would be let go in one hour or so. But, after taking the ultrasound, the nurse told her she observed some contractions in the body. But my wife was not in pain. The nurse alerted the on-call doctor. The doctor advised us that the fall triggered the contractions in the body. The contractions could indicate a premature delivery if the contractions continue for several hours without spacing out. My wife is not due until the next few months. We were utterly devastated. The doctor administered some medicines as a precaution and advised her to stay under observation 24 hours for the baby’s safety. Contractions started to space out as expected in a few hours, and we will be out of the hospital in the morning if everything is normal.